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Blak Markets


Sun 27 May 2018, 8:00am–2:00pm

Where: The National Center of Indigenous Excellence, 166–180 George St, Redfern, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Join Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artisans at the iconic Blak Markets at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE) in Redfern.

This will be the second time Blak Markets will be at the NCIE and this market lands on the 27 of May, which was the date of the 1967 Referendum where Australians voted in favour of changes to the Australian Constitution to improve the services available to Indigenous Australians and an exhibition will be on display to educate about this significant day.

Entertainment for the day includes performances by the Redfern Dance Company’s Aboriginal Performance Group—a group of deadly dancers aged 5–13 years of age who focus on performing contemporary Aboriginal dance with a traditional flair.

Joining us for our singing performance will Charlie Trindall, a Gamilaroi man and singer songwriter from North Western NSW. There will be a bush food cooking demonstrations on Healthy Tucker with Aunty Beryl who will talk about the health benefits of Bush Foods and you can have a taste as well.There will also be free all-day weaving workshops with Karleen Green involving creating a whale from recyclable material and Traditional Indigenous Games for the children.